We live in turbulent times. Back in the day, the Internet was created to be enjoyed equally by anyone, from anywhere in the world. Nowadays, “this content is not available in your country” keeps popping up more and more often.
Furthermore, what we do online seems to have become everybody else’s business. While we do not like it when neighbors eavesdrop on our conversations, we should be just as bothered if someone, be it our Internet Service Provider, the government or a hacker, is looking into our private data.
If you connect to public WiFis a lot, your most private personal data, such as mail or credit card credentials, can be stolen in mere minutes.
Did you know that there’s a way to stop others from spying on you and access restricted content?